STUDIES ON HOST RANGE OF ALBUGO CUCIFERARUM THE INCITANT OF WHITE RUST OF MUSTARD

Article Id: ARCC5195 | Page : 219-221
Citation :- STUDIES ON HOST RANGE OF ALBUGO CUCIFERARUM THE INCITANT OF WHITE RUST OF MUSTARD.Agricultural Science Digest.2000.(20):219-221
J.P. KhuntP, R.R. Khandar and M.F. Bhoraniya
Address : Department of Plant Pathology Gujarat Agricultural University, Sardar Krushinagar-385 506, India

Abstract

Twenty plant species belonging to twelve different families tested, Brassica campestris var.
rapa of Brassicaceae, Amaranthus viridis L. of Amaranthaceae and Cleome viscosa L. of Capparaceae families were successfully infected by Albugo CTuciferarum, the white rust of mustard. The infection was 60.0, 20.8 and 17.6 per cent on B. campestris var. rapa, A. viridis and C. viscosa respectively. Thus, only these three plant species had acted as host of the pathogen.

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